DreamCloud is a hybrid mattress that debuted earlier this year. At round $1600, this brand new mattress contains 8 layers from top to base of advanced-technology comfort layers that make up 15 inches of hybrid mattress.
Though we haven’t had the opportunity to personally try out the DreamCloud mattress yet, based on our research and reviews of other hybrid mattresses we can still offer some helpful tips and advice on the DreamCloud.
Keep reading to learn more about this hybrid mattress.
Materials & Construction:
- 15 inches thick, 8 layers total
- 5.5″ of foams, 8″ coil system & 1.5″ base foam
- Features memory foam & latex
As seen below, the DreamCloud mattress consists of 6 layers of foam and a coil system. The breakdown is a 5.5-inch layer of foam, then underneath an 8-inch coil system, and finally another 1.5-inch-thick foam layer.
The DreamCloud’s several layers of comfort foam include layers of memory foam and latex. These relieve pressure, evenly distribute weight, and provide optimal comfort for most sleepers. Likewise, the coil system provides great support and allows the other foams to contour and respond to your movements.
The cover is a soft, cashmere fabric that is smooth to the touch. One thing to note is that this mattress weighs slightly less than the typical hybrid mattress.
*In a queen size, the DreamCloud weighs about 94 pounds, whereas other queen-sized mattresses like the Saatva or Brentwood Home Oceano weigh around 135 pounds. We attribute this difference in weight due to less dense foams and possibly a less durable coil system.
Comfort & Support:
- Universal medium firm comfort
- Works for all sleeping positions
The DreamCloud mattress is only available in a medium-firm option. It should appeal to most sleepers and work well for all sleeping positions. You’ll sink in just enough to feel the comforting memory foam layers, but you’ll find that you can easily move about the mattress.
Back sleepers will have enough support and sink to alleviate pressure, while side sleepers will receive plenty of cushion to allow their shoulders and hips to sink in. Even stomach sleepers will find the DreamCloud comfortable, with multiple layers of comfort foam and a supportive coil system to keep their backs from bowing.
- Coils allow heat to dissipate
- Gel infused memory foams
The DreamCloud appears to have great temperature-regulating features. The coil system allows for not only support but also air circulation and breathability. Additionally, the memory foams are infused with gel which works to dissipate heat. However, we believe that with such a thick top layer of memory foam (approx. 5.5 inches), there may be a bit more heat retention than expected, especially over time.
- Minimal motion transfer
- Pocketed coils and several layers of foam
The coils in the DreamCloud mattress are individually wrapped to absorb vibrations and isolate motion throughout the mattress. Since this hybrid mattress has so many memory foam layers, that will also work to reduce feeling your partner’s movements when you’re sleeping. We can infer from these properties that the DreamCloud will have minimal motion transfer and you can expect little to no disturbance throughout the night.
- Fine for sleeping
- Less support for sitting
The DreamCloud’s edge should feel stable and create a usable sleeping surface all over. The pocketed coils provide necessary support and give the entire mattress a solid foundation, so you notice a consistent feel across the entire top of the bed. If you’re sitting on the edge, you may notice a little less support, but it is solid enough for minimal sitting use.
Delivery & Off Gassing:
- Free drop ship delivery
- Some off gassing (NOT USA made)
The DreamCloud hybrid mattress ships free and delivers right to your door! Based off of a queen size, the mattress weighs about 94 pounds, so we suggest having someone help you maneuver it through your home.
You may notice a bit of off gassing during the unboxing process, but it should be fairly minimal. It’s important to note that this is NOT a USA-made product, so this may affect the odors since it is boxed and wrapped up for a much longer time period. We recommend letting the mattress fully expand and breathe up to 24 hours before sleeping on it.
The DreamCloud mattress runs around $1599 for a queen size. This includes free shipping, a 365-night trial period, and a lifetime warranty. While the price for this particular hybrid mattress is a bit higher than what we’ve seen for others, we take into consideration the generous trial period and lifetime warranty as balancing factors.
- Full – $1399
- Queen – $1599
- King – $1699
- California King – $1699
Trial Period & Warranty:
- 365 Night Trial Period
- “Everlong” Warranty
The DreamCloud mattress offers a 365-night trial period. This is way above the industry standard, and allows a generous amount of time for you to decide if the DreamCloud is right for you!
This mattress also comes with an “Everlong”, lifetime warranty. This warranty covers any defects in the materials or construction within the first ten years. Compared to most online mattress companies, DreamCloud’s lifetime warranty goes above and beyond the standard and shows consumers and competitors that they are confident in their product.
DreamCloud Mattress Conclusion:
The DreamCloud Mattress is probably ideal for you if:
- You want a hyrbid mattress with multiple foam layers and a coil system.
- If you value comfort and support in a mattress.
- You want a mattress that has minimal motion transfer and an extended trial period and warranty.
DreamCloud Mattress Rating
- Materials & Construction
- Comfort & Support
- Temperature Regulation
- Motion Transfer
- Edge Support
- Delivery & Off Gassing
- Trial Period & Warranty
DreamCloud Overall Rating
Overall the DreamCloud mattress is going to perform fine. However, there are a few aspects that may be worth looking at other brands. The materials and density as well as quality of them are something to consider when comparing this brand to other options.